UFC 191 may have been underwhelming, but UFC 192 will not be.

The UFC gives us all a treat with UFC 192 because the fights on the card are going to be off the charts. There is no other way to put it other than spectacular.

The fight card is stacked with a title fight, a number one contender fight, and another contender fight. The UFC has made sure that this PPV is a must watch for MMA fans all over.

Here is a guide for what you should watch for at UFC 192.

Light Heavyweight Title Fight:

The main event of the evening is the light heavyweight title fight between the champion Daniel Cormier and the challenger Alexander Gustafsson. You had a feeling that the UFC had to match these two up with the thought that if Jon Jones returns, whoever wins this fight is a perfect matchup for his return; if he does return. Regardless this is a must watch fight and puts together two fighters who both give it their all inside the octagon.

Cormier won the vacant belt in a war with Anthony Johnson and this will be his first title defense. Gustafsson is coming off of his devastating loss to Johnson, which stopped him at the chance to fight the former champion Jon Jones. This is a fight that has the opportunity to capture the Fight of the Night honor and also gives each fighter the opportunity to earn a Performance of the Night bonus if they get a finish.

The Rematch…

The co-main event may be just as good as the main event. Johnny Hendricks takes on Tyron Woodley in a number one contender fight for the welterweight division. Hendricks is coming off of a much-needed bounce back victory after he lost his belt to Robbie Lawler by split decision. Woodley comes into the fight on a two-fight win streak and is looking to show that he deserves the chance to fight for the belt. This will be a rematch between Hendricks and Woodley from their college wrestling days. Hendricks has seemed to play off the rivalry, but Woodley just does not like Hendricks. This fight should be a great one and you should definitely tune in for it.

#4 Ryan Bader vs. #5 Rashad Evans:

Many UFC fans are excited for this fight and you should be too. Evans finally makes his return to the octagon after his injuries and will look to show that he still has it. Bader thought he deserved to fight Cormier, but instead he got Evans, and will look to show the UFC that he deserves to fight for the belt. Bader is on a four-fight win streak and has never really got the big win, other than The Ultimate Fighter, that he has been looking for. This is a fight that can go either way and fans should watch and see what unfolds.

About The Author

Jeremy Klump
Interview Coordinator / Video Manager

Jeremy Klump is a Sport Media major at Ithaca College and has been writing about Mixed Martial Arts for over a year now. He interned at MVC Sports Management and AMA Fight Club. While interning at MVC and AMA, Jeremy found out that he had a true passion for writing about Mixed Martial Arts. He has interviewed and wrote articles on top UFC fighters while also having knowledge of regional fighters and the top new comers. He looks to grow as a writer and expand his knowledge of Mixed Martial Arts while being a proud member of The MMA Corner team.